It had rained hard all yesterday and all night but by lunchtime today it cleared up and it soon was a decent summers temperature and all blue sky. I found my camera and forest clothes and drove along the fjord until I found a place to park near the site. I followed a small trail and soon spotted the first pieces of concrete. It looked like a small bunker but sadly the entrance was filled up and blocked by old farming equipment and rubbish. The little trail led me to an opening in the mountainside and ofcourse I hadn`t brought a strong torch, but with the help of the flash on the camera and the little flashlight on my phone I managed to stumble through the rather short tunnels. It ended in a stairway leading out to the forest and a position in the end of a narrow ravine.
As I was going to pick up Girlfriend from the busstop I had to cut it short but I spent a few minutes checking out the kommandobunker before I left and it looked very kool, but I couldn`t find a way into it, the two openings I found had no ladders and it was pretty far down so I am not sure I d be able to get out again. I will visit this place again a bit later into the autumn when it is less vegetation to take more pics, and also to check out a cluster of bunkers on the oposite side of the road down by the shores. (Edit) : I was back here a few days ago and found the entrance to the Kommandobunker and made some pics and video from the insides, you ll find them below.